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Sunday, 7 December 2008

A chance to meet Dorset authors of "The Wessex Astrum" at Avebury.

Here is more news on Peter Knight’s latest book, The Wessex Astrum – Sacred Geometry in a Mystical Landscape, including a winter solstice event.

This book presents an astounding new discovery of an ancient hexagram encoded onto the Wessex landscape, involving Stonehenge, Avebury, Glastonbury, as well as several sacred hills, holy springs and wells, Knights Templar sites, and many other sacred places, including some newly discovered megaliths, sites of ancient abbeys, wells and springs and ancient burial mounds.

“The Wessex Astrum is an absolute must for all dowsers”
(British Society of Dowsers)

The book is either in stock or can be ordered from any branch of Waterstones, as well as good bookshops across the South.

Signed and dedicated copies can also be ordered by credit card direct from Peter via Amazon.co.uk (look for the seller Stoneseeker2) in time for Christmas.
Signed and dedicated copies can be obtained, again in time for Christmas, direct from Peter, via cheque payment or cash, from his home address (visit www.stoneseeker.net).

Lots of book launches and talks are to be held this winter and throughout 2009. See the website for details.


Peter and co-author Toni Perrott will be signing books and showing people the Wessex Astrum Map at the Henge Shop in Avebury on Sunday Dec 21, from 11.00am to 2.00pm. No obligation to buy – just come for a warm, a chat and a chill out. Then, at 3.00pm, we will be leading a one hour tour of the Avebury stones (cost £5). See you there!

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